Tracks in the Sand
The Story of the Fairbourne Railway



* 2010 DVD *
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'Tracks in the Sand' invites to you explore a year in the life of the Fairbourne Railway on the Mid Wales coast which was originally created by McDougall of flour fame in 1895.

Integrating 1960's footage with digital video taken between 2005-2010, this DVD also explores the activities and beauty of the surrounding area and memories that the local community have of this historic Steam Railway, which has operated for over 100 years since 1895.

The interactive menu takes you behind the scenes and through a full working day on the Railway from firing the engines, explaining how they work, preparing the carriages for the passengers, and the activities of guards, volunteers and management.

"beautifully produced" "delightful and very professional" - Miniature Railway Magazine

The DVD takes you from Fairbourne to the Barmouth Ferry at Penrhyn Point, from Easter opening through the Railway's calendar of Special Events.

 Tracks in the Sand DVD

Visit the Fairbourne Railway at www.fairbournerailway.com
  Finally the last night train leaves for Fairbourne at the end of a long special day after a dazzling display of fireworks over Barmouth Harbour.

The Story of the Fairbourne Railway Cover Design by David Marsh Design. Pictures courtesy of FR Archives, David Marsh, David Perrin & Eric Montague.

Running Time approximately 65 mins Format - 16:9 Widescreen

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Dolby Digital Stereo

Camera & Direction by Eric Montague. Music by Steve Hansen (USA) and Peter King (UK). Narration by Stephen Hobbs. Additional material courtesy of the FR Archives and SAGA Films. PAL format.

Available from The Fairbourne Railway,

Beach Road, Fairbourne, Gwynedd, Wales LL38 2EX

Also available immediately on-line from:

AMAZON.CO.UK

or Netfora Limited ,

Price £12.95 FREE post and packing. Buy online securely through PAYPAL (takes a moment or two to connect).

Tracks in the Sand DVD


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